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The Curiosity Index (13.02.2019)

Many people still reject Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution The interesting question in places like Britain is why? It can hardly be down to the pernicious influence of Christianity as it basically has none. Nick Spencer of Theos, a think-tank devoted to religion, notes that whatever is making young people cautious about accepting Darwin, the main factor cannot be messages they are receiving in places of worship (which very few attend) or the influence of fundamentalist schools, which form only a tiny segment of British education. In the Catholic and…

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The Curiosity Index (Weekend Edition 18.04.2015)

Paul was inspired but he wanted books. Classic Spurgeon. I love this line, “We are quite persuaded that the very best way for you to be spending your leisure, is to be either reading or praying.” Grace Henry breaks down what it means to be fluent in a language Are sheds selling in London for £280,000? Being a guard in a public library is more demanding than you may at first think. Art by Banksy, commentary from Chris Rock on Jesus & consumerism. This is an interesting project of testimonies…

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